They say there was a light turn out today, in Dallas at the 3 clinics for the H1N1 virus vaccine. Medroc - Bringing the Hospital to you.
There were a few mothers with young kids. Most of the people were older, and for the most part they had never before sought care from the health department. The H1N1 vaccine had been in short supply nationally because of manufacturing problems. Only 17 people were in line at the Dallas County Health Department when it opened at 8 a.m. That's a far cry from the thousands who showed up in early November, when the county got its first 10,000 doses. At the time, vaccines were designated for those considered high-risk.